(14c) To deliver, especially in context of sin or relevant penalties.
To pay a price to set someone free from captivity or punishment.
(rasta) an adherent of Rastafarianism
(rasta) of, or relating to Rastafarianism or its adherents
(philosophy) The theory that the basis of knowledge is reason rather than experience, or divine revelation
One who receives visitors or calls, typically in an office setting.
Alternative name for a secretary.
An English surname; derived from the German surname Richter.
a town in Arkansas
The residence of Roman Catholic priest(s) associated with a parish church.
The residence of an Anglican rector.
(transitive) To recover ownership of something by paying a sum.
(transitive) To set free, rescue or ransom.
(transitive) To save from a state of sin (and from its consequences).
(transitive) To restore the reputation or honour of oneself or something.
the act of redeeming or something redeemed
the recovery, for a fee, of a pawned article
salvation from sin
rescue upon payment of a ransom
The religious movement initiated by w:Martin Luther, Martin Luther in the 16th century to reform the Roman Catholic church, Church.
(past of, reform)
one who reforms, or who works for reform
one who was involved in the Reformation
verb (regenerat, ing)
(transitive) To construct or create anew, especially in an improved manner
(transitive) To revitalize
(context, transitive, biology) To replace lost or damaged tissue
(intransitive) To become reconstructed
(intransitive) To undergo a spiritual rebirth
Rebuilding or restructuring; large scale repair or renewal.
''The conversion of so many old industrial buildings into living quarters was a major factor in the .
A member of the British Army as opposed to a member of the Territorial Army or Reserve.
A frequent, routine visitor to an establishment.
(Canadian English) A coffee with one cream and one sugar.
with constant frequency or pattern.
(grammar) (of a verb, plural, etc) following a set or common pattern
The verb "to walk" is regular.
The noun "mouse" has the irregular plural "mice".
frequent or common
He made visits to go see his mother.
(snowboarding): Riding with the left foot forward.
exemplary, Exemplary; excellent example of; utter.
a John Bull
Something old kept for sentimental reasons.
(religion) A part of the body of a saint, or an ancient religious object, kept for veneration.
A system of beliefs, including belief in the existence of at least one of the following: a human soul or spirit, a deity or higher being, or self after the death of one"s body.
He couldn"t abide by any that didn"t allow for wrongdoers to be punished after death.
A number of customs and rituals associated with such beliefs.
When it comes to , she doesn"t believe, but she loves to attend the ceremonies.
Anything that involves the association of people in a manner resembling a religious institution or cult.
At this point, Star Trek has really become a .
Any system or institution which one engages with in order to foster a sense of meaning or relevance in relation to something greater than oneself.
noun (plural: )
A member of a religious order.
I am only one among the many of this church.
It is the job of this court to rule on legal matters. We do not consider issues.
Committed to the practice of religion.
I was much more as a teenager than I am now.
Highly dedicated, as one would be to a religion.
I'm a fan of college basketball.
One who remonstrates or issues remonstrances; One who formally protests, or issues such (usually written) protestations.
A mild rebuke, or an implied criticism.
disgrace or shame
verb (reproaches, reproaching, reproached)
To criticize or rebuke someone.
To disgrace, or bring shame upon someone.
(theology) The Calvinist term for damnation.
The act of reserving, or keeping back; reservation.
That which is reserved, or kept back, as for future use.
That which is excepted; exception.
Restraint of freedom in words or actions; backwardness; caution in personal behavior.
A tract of land reserved, or set apart, for a particular purpose; as, the Connecticut Reserve in Ohio, originally set apart for the school fund of Connecticut; the Clergy Reserves in Canada, for the support of the clergy.
A body of troops in the rear of an army drawn up for battle, reserved to support the other lines as occasion may require; a force or body of troops kept for an exigency.
A member of a sports team who does not participate from the start of the game, who can be used to replace tired or injured team-mates.
Funds kept on hand to meet liabilities.
verb (reserves, reserving, reserved, reserved)
To keep back; to retain; not to deliver, make over, or disclose.
Hence, to keep in store for future or special use; to withhold from present use for another purpose or time; to keep; to retain.
To make an exception of; to except.
The act of arise, arising from the dead, id est becoming alive again.
(Christianity) The Resurrection: The resurrection of Jesus Christ from the dead.
(Christianity) A self-referential term for Jesus Christ
Jesus said unto her, I am the , and the life: he that believeth in me, though he were dead, yet shall he live: - John 11:25''
punishment, Punishment inflicted in the spirit of moral outrage or personal vengeance.
abbreviation (infl, en, abbreviation)
(biblical) An abbreviation used for Revelation, a book in the New Testament of the Bible.
veneration; profound awe and respect, normally in a sacred context
An act of showing respect, such as a bow
The state of being revered
Your reverence A form of address for some members of the clergy
An honorary title added to the names of Christian clergy.
noun (plural: rites)
rite; a repeated set of actions
They carried out the ritual carefully.
Related to a rite or repeated set of actions.
They performed the ritual lighting of the candles.
proper noun (plural) Romans
A native or resident of Rome.
A native or resident of the Roman Empire
Of or from Rome.
Of or from the Roman Empire
a person who belongs to the Roman Rite of the Catholic Church
adjective (pos=Roman Catholic, -, -)
of or pertaining to the Roman Rite of the Catholic Church
Roman Catholic Church
That part of the Christian churches in union with the pope in Rome.
The Patriarchate of the West, that part of the Catholic Church under the jurisdiction of the pope as Patriarch of the West.
The Roman Rite of the Catholic Church.
A province of Latium, Italy.
A city, the capital of the province of Latium and also of Italy.
The Roman Empire
A series of Roman Catholic prayers, usually made up of five or fifteen, or twenty decades of Hail Marys, each decade beginning with Our Father and ending with a Gloria Be to the Father. Other prayers are also incorporated into the rosary.
A string of beads used in counting the prayers said in a rosary
A string of beads used in praying by members of religions or denominations other than Roman Catholicism such as the Anglican Church
a 'Brother' of the 'Order of the Rose Cross'; a member of the Rosicrucian Order.
a member of certain modern groups or organizations formed for the study of Rosicrucianism and allied subjects
(context, of teachings) mystic, occult or esoteric and related to the philosophy of Rosicrucianism
A schedule that allocates some task, responsibility or (rarely) privilege between a set of people according to a (possibly periodic) calendar.
a heading in a book highlighted in red
an established rule or custom, a guideline
a category or classification
That would fall under the of things we can ignore for now.
(education) a printed set of score, scoring criteria for evaluating student work and for giving feedback